- 2Jan 7 by CapeCodMermaidIt's been a while since I've vented but......
I applied for a regional job with Kindred. THEY contacted me about the position. Off I went for an interview. I had a group interview with 6 people..which was fine except someone should have shown them how to use an iron and a hair brush.
I didn't expect to get hired since I used to work for Kindred and left but, come on people....do you think you could send out a thanks but no thanks letter? Really?!? I'm thinking about sending an email to the corporate head of HR to let them know, but I know it would serve no purpose.
- 1Jan 7 by savoytruffleI agree. I've had interviews and been called back for a second, then hear nothing for weeks! I called HR and left a voicemail "just touching base as we spoke two weeks ago ..." And still no return. At least cut me loose and don't leave me hanging. For upper management positions I believe it's unprofessional to issue at least a no thanks letter. Even if it's just an email.
- 2Jan 7 by Bella'sMyBabyThey did you a favor...you DON'T want to work for them.
I had my fill of them several years ago in my first MDS Coordinator Position....
They kept me in meetings most of the day with no time to do my assessments.
I had an Administrator who blamed me for EVERYTHING that went wrong in the building.
I had a Regional MDS Consultant that was not supportive or helpful in the least.
For the last 6-12 months working for Kindred, I cried every day.
When I resigned, I did not get as much as an Exit Interview.
After I left, another MDS Coordinator told me that I ranked as one of the highest revenue producing MDS Coordinators in the Central Region of the U.S, for Kindred.
I still have occasional Nightmares of working there.
- 2Jan 8 by amoLuciaTo CCM - you know, I was going to say that maybe a comment to corporate HR might just let them know that their people do lack professional civility & couth. Couldn't tell if it would make any difference and have any positive effect but at least they would learn of the impression they give off.
Then I read Bella's response. You're right - they probably wouldn't care.